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Up from slavery

Author: Booker T Washington; William L Andrews
Publisher: Oxford ; New York, N.Y. : Oxford university press, 1995.
Series: The world's classics.
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The autobiographical story of ex-slave Booker T. Washington, first published in 1901, not only gave prominence to the position of blacks in American society, but also embodied the legendary rise of  Read more...

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Named Person: Booker T - Biografia Washington
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Booker T Washington; William L Andrews
ISBN: 0192823485 9780192823489
OCLC Number: 797403883
Description: XXVII, 196 p. 19 cm.
Series Title: The world's classics.
Responsibility: Booker T. Washington ; edited with an introduction by William L. Andrews.

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"It remains one of the most important works on such an influential African-American leader."--Professor Delia Crutchfield Cook, University of Maryland, KC"This book is a must read."--Professor Warren Read more...

 
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